Rolling Stones List Of Greatest Guitar Players

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Teens and twenty somethings, Is there room for 'real rock n roll of our generation?

Hello guys. I am a guitarist and an avid fan of music of all generations and genres. However, it really feels like the music of today has no integrity Passion and Rock and Roll than in the past. There are many good bands there, but not as well known that the lives of celebrities KFED fears and people like Britney, and letters too emotional and My Chemical Romance, etc. Is there space to the left of the influence of bands like The Byrds, The Beatles, REM, the band, John Coltrane, Pearl Jam The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Chuck Berry, Ray Charles, Buddy Guy, the list goes on and on. I'm not asking if it is possible to revive this style, but listening to a group that had the influence and charm of a classic rock and roll, which was not there for the money or fame, but just wanted to do real good music. Again, stress is good music out there, but there is room for a revolution in wish. You're onto something here. There are some good bands there and some very good things happenin. Fortunately for me, I am able to attend this on a regular basis. You do not see the images of these bands' spotted on billboards, advertisements and / or whathaveyou. Worldwide Today, it is not swing for the fences. Hangin not all on the same water source. The days of fame (fame fears) have disappeared. Build your empire step by step, from small, while gradually. Start with the music. Take the street and if it is good, people know. And we'll make sure others know. The snowball effect and follows everything else falls into place. Music is the bottom line and must be good if there will be no chance of a lasting relationship with the fan. So there are people who will listen? You bet your sweet string is … You build it right, and they come.

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